It certainly should not take 30 days from the time the FP notice is mailed for you to get it.
Originally Posted by DKSearch
Unfortunately, the clerks staffing the USCIS 800 number are rather low-level and often poorly trained contractors, so one can't trust too much what they say.
Try calling the 800 number a couple of more times and insists on talking to a second-level IO.
If you don't manage to get to a second-level IO after a few more attempts, schedule an IFOPASS appointment at your local USCIS District Office. With luck, they'll be able to give you a new FP notice there on the spot.
N-400 [Chicago office, via Nebraska Service Cntr]
Rec'd date: 12/06/2006
FP notice date: 12/20/2006
FP taken (Indianapolis): 01/11/2007
2nd FP notice 09/09/2008
2ndFP taken (Indianapolis) 09/26/2008
Interview letter 01/24/2009
Interview 03/26/2009 (completed)
Oath letter rec'd 04/29/09
Oath date 05/14/09 (completed)
U.S. pssprt applied and rec'd (Chicago pssprt agency) 05/22/2009
I am not a lawyer. Anything I say here is my personal opinion and should not be viewed as legal advice.